The Burns Braille Transcription Dictionary, by Mary F. Burns, is a braille dictionary designed for use by producers of braille text for individuals who are blind or have low vision. This handbook is a reference tool for checking print-to-braille and braille-to-print meanings and symbols. It provides the braille alphabet, contractions, punctuation, and signs and symbols for braille, as well as brief descriptions of rules for their use. The handbook is organized into four sections aimed at providing information at a glance. This 96-page paperback can be used as a reference by teachers, rehabilitation professionals, braille transcribers, parents, signage companies, architects, and graphic artists. The original publication date was 1992. ISBN: 0-89128-232-7.